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Elephants eat food provided by locals as they pass through the Xiyang Yi autonomous township in the Jinning district of Kunming, Yunnan province, on June 3. Provided by Yunnan Forest Fire Brigade

Anti-sanctions law to protect China's interests

China's top legislature passed a law on countering foreign sanctions on Thursday to better safeguard the country's sovereignty, security and development interests.

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Technology offers an immersive journey through time

One of the highlights of the newly opened Memorial for the First National Congress of the Communist Party of China in Shanghai is the use of technology.

TOP NEWS

Poll: Youths hope to keep legacy of scientists alive

A majority of young Chinese are taking scientists such as Yuan Longping, known as "the father of hybrid rice", and Wu Mengchao, the "father of Chinese hepatobiliary surgery", as their idols, with many of them recognizing and wanting to pass on their scientific spirit, a recent survey found.

CHINA

Dragon Boat Festival tourism boom tipped

China's domestic tourism market is looking forward to further growth as the traditional Dragon Boat Festival approaches.

PATH TO GLORY

Yunnan aims at ecological civilization

Yunnan province will strive to develop its ecological civilization construction during the 14th Five-Year Plan period (2021-25) with the goal to build an ecological brand of "Animal Kingdom, Plant Kingdom and World Garden".

COMMENT

Beijing strengthening legal shield to counter any foreign sanctions

Despite US President Joe Biden on Wednesday temporarily revoking the bans previous president Donald Trump imposed on the Chinese apps WeChat and TikTok, it is evident that Washington has still not got over its Cold War funk.

VIEWS

G7 must uphold multilateralism, not elitism

The G7 Summit to be held at Carbis Bay, Cornwall, on the southwest coast of Britain from Friday to Sunday has attracted special attention because it will be the first in-person international gathering since before the pandemic and its theme will be uniting "leading democracies to help the world fight, and then build back better from coronavirus and create a greener, more prosperous future".

WORLD

Trump's bans on China apps reversed in US

US President Joe Biden on Wednesday reversed former president Donald Trump's executive orders that sought to ban downloads of the Chinese-owned apps TikTok and WeChat in the United States.

ECO YUNNAN

A ROAD TRIP LIKE NO OTHER

They've trekked 500 kilometers from the southern fringes of Yunnan province and along the way they've captivated the people of China and beyond. The herd of wild Asian elephants that have made their way northward to the approaches of Kunming now have their every move watched-by forestry officials and legions of social media users.

BUSINESS

PBOC stresses steady policy, stable prices

China will strive to maintain a stable monetary policy, ensure that prices remain normal and the economy operates within a reasonable range close to its potential level of output, the central bank governor said on Thursday.

BUSINESS FOCUS

River cruise firms raise the bar as demand surges

The global cruise ship industry has been largely suspended for more than a year amid the COVID-19 pandemic. But now the big ships are increasingly taking to the waterways, with some countries such as the United Kingdom allowing fully vaccinated passengers to get onboard.

LIFE

Island of creativity

Exhibitions are, of course, about displaying work. But the type of venue is also important. Is it big enough? Does it provide the visitor with a chance to appreciate what is being shown? Is it air-conditioned adequately, or at all? For artists who produce multimedia works and large-scale installations, spacious exhibition halls are vital yet not that easy to find.

LIFE SHANGHAI

Art on the edge

The UCCA Edge art museum is the latest contemporary art venue to open in Shanghai on May 22.

SPORTS

Djokovic fired up as 'biggest rival' beckons

Novak Djokovic wheeled toward his guest box in a nearly empty Court Philippe Chatrier as midnight neared and let out one yell, two yells, three, four.

DISCOVER SHANXI

Talented researchers deliver high-tech advances in Shanxi

Zhang Jing, a professor at Shanxi University in the provincial capital of Taiyuan, has a tight schedule every workday.

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